Mysteria Misc. Maxima is a weekly feature which brings together links on religion and esotericism from around the internet.
- Can religion and the workplace not only coexist but reinforce each other? (Religion Nerd)
- It’s only been recently that scholars have been talking about god in the classroom. Should we keep doing it? (Religious Dispatches)
- I link to this story because it mentions the 2005 World Champion Chicago White Sox: “Baseball, Heartbreak, and the Absurd.” (Religion in American History)
- The Roman statue of Romulus and Remus suckling at the wolf’s teat may not be as old as previously thought. (The Telegraph via PhDiva)
- Mithras had a couple of sidekicks, but how do we know what their names were? (Roger Pearse)
- An interview with scholar Catherine Keller, who bridges the divide between science and religion with quantum theology. (Religion Dispatches)
- Another interview, this time with Greg Kaminsky of the Occult of Personality podcast. (Warning: website contains some NSFW material) (MSI)
- And completing the trifecta, an interview with Punk-Rock Zen dude Brad Warner. (Tricycle)
- Did you miss the AAR? Here’s a snippet of the panel on ecology and goddess worship with Rosemary Ruether and Starhawk. (The Wild Hunt)
- And…Jason Pitzl-Waters sums up some of the other panels on Western esotericism that also took place last weekend. (The Wild Hunt)
- Finally, this British pagan shop won the local retailer of the year award. In their acceptance speech, they thanked magic. (Guardian)
Photo by Sara Björk.